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The original poems were written by TANIKAWA Shuntaro, one of the greatest poets in Japan. In the collection of poems, they are printend in both English and Japanese. These pieces were created in Tokyo. With the sound the composer wanted to express the imagination in which the city of Tokyo shows itself, the vigor and emptiness of the people who reside there, and hopes people can enjoy the urban, stylish and ironic atmosphere.

Composer: MATSUSHITA, Ko
Author of the lyric: TANIKAWA, Shuntaro
Translator: ELLIOTT, William I. & KAWAMURA, Kazuo
Publisher: Pana Musica
Instrumentation: TTBB div. / A Cappella
Language: English
Duration: 15 mins
Contents:
A Song / To Reject / A Face / Sitting / Night / And

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Song of Nonsense

Five gropus of texts, full of pathos, humor and ambivalence are used in this song cycle. In these pieces, words and musc sometimes struggle with each other, sometimes merge. They seem, at first, to be opposites, but finally both are conscious of and repect "words."Performaner should express the images inspired by the words and music to the utmost, and to fill the time and space with rich and flexible expressions.

Composer: MATSUSHITA, Ko
Author of the lyric: TANIKAWA, Shuntaro
Publisher: Pana Musica
Instrumentation: SSAA div. / A Cappella
Language: Japanese with roman characters
Duration: 15 mins
Contents:
Newspaper / Back / A Friend who Leapt to his Death / Frog / Evening

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A Tale of a Kitten

This song cycle was originally composed during October of 1993 and January of 1994 just before the composer leaving for Hungary for further study. In composing this suite, he was strongly influenced by unaccompanied Hungarian and Scandinavian works for choirs. He hopes his work could assist choirs to develop their ears through this suite.
"Life Defends" was elected in 1995 as one of the compulsory work in 48th National Choral Competition (G3). It made Matsushita Ko become famous and widely well-known.
On the 20th anniversary of the completion of the song cycle, Pana Music re-printed this work.

Composer: MATSUSHITA, Ko
Author of the lyric: TANIKAWA, Shuntaro
Publisher: Pana Musica
Instrumentation: SATB / A Cappella
Language: Japanese with roman characters
Duration: 13 mins
Contents:
Children / Night / Running / Life Defends

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A Tale of a Kitten

This song cycle was originally composed during October of 1993 and January of 1994 just before the composer leaving for Hungary for further study. In composing this suite, he was strongly influenced by unaccompanied Hungarian and Scandinavian works for choirs. He hopes his work could assist choirs to develop their ears through this suite.
On the 20th anniversary of the completion of the song cycle, Pana Music re-printed this work.

Composer: MATSUSHITA, Ko
Author of the lyric: TANIKAWA, Shuntaro
Publisher: Pana Musica
Instrumentation: SSAA / A Cappella
Language: Japanese with roman characters
Duration: 13 mins
Contents:
Children / Night / Running / Life Defends

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Balero

At the end of 90's of the 20th century a singer of Affabre Chamber Singers (a Polish popular vocal ensemble) asked Jacek Sykulski to arrange a shorter version of the well-known Bolero of Ravel. He did not know, if the transposition of one of the most famous orchestral works to the human voice is possible, but the first concerts of the ensemble with a cappella version of Bolero convinced everybody, it was worth working on it

Jacek Sykulski is a composer, conductor and choirmaster in Poland. His choral compositions and arrangements are performed by renowed ensembles and artists. Sinces 1990s, Sykulski has received numerous commissions for major works which have received their premiere performances uder his direction at significant venues internationally (US, Canada, Taiwan, Italy, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland.)

Composer: RAVEL, Maurice
Arranger: Sykulski, Jacek (1964-)
Piblisher: Taipei Male Choir
Instrumentation: SATBB + BeatBox / A Cappella

Jacek Sykulski is a composer, conductor and choirmaster in Poland. His choral compositions and arrangements are performed by renowed ensembles and artists. Sinces 1990s, Sykulski has received numerous commissions for major works which have received their premiere performances uder his direction at significant venues internationally (US, Canada, Taiwan, Italy, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland.)

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We Are the Champions

We are the champions - the uniqueness of Freddie Mercury and Queen in their approach to the musical work, its construction and relationship to lyrics, became the direct inspiration for coping with a transposition of rock music to an a cappella choir.

Composer/ Author of the lyric: MERCURY, Freddie
Arranger: Sykulski, Jacek (1964-)
Publisher: Taipei Male Choir
Instrumentation: Solo+SATBB / A cappella
Language: English

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Over the Rainbow

It is a choir version of a popular Arlen's song, which is the result of fascination with the unique Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's interpretation in Hawaiian character with the accompaniment of ukulele.

Composer: HARBURG, Edgar Yipsel
Autor: ARLEN, Harold
Arranger: Sykulski, Jacek (1964-)
Publisher: Taipei Male Choir
Instrunebtation: Solo+SATB / a cappella
Language: English

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